Built off-site using only sustainable materials, the 3Box92 House is a vertical extension of a 19th-century building. The home sits on a street in the Boulogne Billancourt district of Paris. Its black limewash facade and modern cubic form is a stark contrast to the existing architecture. Inside, the geometric theme continues where stacked boxes form the internal layout. The staggered pattern creates a series of terraces and cantilevers on the rear elevation. This south end consists of a garden and pool backed by an opposing white limewash. Utilizing prefabricated systems, the entire project was constructed with only natural, recyclable items, and responsibly harvested wood.
Photos: Stephane Malka Architecture